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    Posted 4 months ago in Form 2

    Geometric And Transformations

    How do you go about it on rotation

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    Captain Magu   Posted on 4 months ago

    A rotation is a transformation that turns a figure about a fixed point called the center of rotation. • An object and its rotation are the same shape and size, but the figures may be turned in different directions. • Rotations may be clockwise or counterclockwise.

    Bredan Okeyo   Posted on 4 months ago

    In rotation you must have angle of rotation and centre of rotation... To rotate you must have the object using the angle of rotation...rotate it to get the image

    Posted 4 months ago in Form 2

    Algebra

    What is similarity

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    Emmanuel Ukwai   Posted on 4 months ago

    hi

    Captain Magu   Posted on 4 months ago

    having a likeness or resemblance, especially in a general way: two similar houses. Geometry. (of figures) having the same shape; having corresponding sides proportional and corresponding angles equal: similar triangles. Mathematics. (of two square matrices) related by means of a similarity transformation.

    Posted 4 months ago in Form 3

    Circles

    Prove pie is equal to 180 degrees

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    Fankie Peace   Posted on 4 months ago

    Posted 4 months ago in Form 2

    Exponents And Radicals

    solve.if log.2=0.3010,log.3=0.4771 and log.7=0.8451.evaluate log.42 

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    Beatrice Laizer   Posted on 4 months ago

    1.6231

    Rama Mshana   Posted on 4 months ago

    correct answer is 42=1.6232

     

    Emmanuel Ukwai   Posted on 4 months ago

    log 42=1.6232....

    Captain Magu   Posted on 4 months ago

    LOG 52=1.6232

    Posted 4 months ago in Form 1

    Numbers (II)

    Show the solution of /x-4/<_5

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    Captain Magu   Posted on 4 months ago

    [X-4] GREATER 5 or - [X-4]GREATER 5
    X-4 GREATER 5 or -X+4 GREATER 5
    X GREATER 5+4 or -X GREATER 5-4
    X GREATER 9 or -X/ -1 GREATER 1/-1
    X GREATER 9 or X LESS -1
    9 GREATER X LESS 1

    Posted 4 months ago in Form 3

    Statistics

    Hey,help me to find median of numbers 12,23,10,8,22,14,30 and 18

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    Faith Wanjama   Posted on 4 months ago

    U arrange from the smallest to the largest which is 8,10,12,14,18,22,23,30. U cancel one by one from both sides whereby in the middle u get 14&18; u add those two numbers u get 32 then u divide by two to get 16 as the answer

    Juin Dezinavel   Posted on 4 months ago

    16

    Debbie Jion   Posted on 4 months ago

    First arrange from smallest to largest then start cancelling one by one from both sides.u will remain with 2 nos in the middle.add them then divide by 2

    Stellah Francis   Posted on 4 months ago

    how?

    Posted 5 months ago in Form 3

    Circles

    mention 5 application of circle topic in our life

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    Anicetha George   Posted on 5 months ago

    1.in architecture
    2.in construction
    3.in science
    4.in transportation

    Posted 5 months ago in Form 3

    Sequence And Series

    • Write the first 5 terms obtained in counting by 5's begining with 3

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    Captain Magu   Posted on 5 months ago

    3
    8
    13
    18
    23
    28

    Posted 5 months ago in Form 1

    Algebra

    • 4(2n+3)=1/2(3n-7) solve the equation

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    Beatrice Laizer   Posted on 4 months ago

    2.4

    Renatus Philimon   Posted on 4 months ago

    4(2n+3)=1/2(3n-7)
    8n+12=3n/2-7/2
    8n-3n/2=-7/2-12
    13n/2=31/2
    13n(2)=31(2)
    26n=62
    26n/26=62/26
    n=2.38

    Lucy Mfoyy   Posted on 4 months ago

    n=2.38

    Beatrice Laizer   Posted on 5 months ago

    Well for sure is 2.4

    Posted 5 months ago in Form 3

    Functions

    IF 2=3, 4=4, 5=4, and 12=6 then 24=?

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    Captain Magu   Posted on 5 months ago

    24=24

    Omary Japhary   Posted on 5 months ago

    thanx a lot guyz for ur contribution none of ur answers a collect...but don't coz i have got the answer if u wanna know it just follow me.... coz u have show me cooperation let me give u clues the ans is the no. which has 3 letters if u write it word form.... u wanna know it follow me 

    Fankie Peace   Posted on 5 months ago

    12

    Emmanuel Ukwai   Posted on 5 months ago

    48=

    Posted 5 months ago in Form 1

    Geometry

    hello

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    Careen Eugene Matem   Posted on 4 months ago

    hi

    Captain Magu   Posted on 5 months ago

    hello

    Fankie Peace   Posted on 5 months ago

    hi

    Anicetha George   Posted on 5 months ago

    hi

    Posted 5 months ago in Form 1

    Numbers

    Can some one help me;Represent all lutegers btn -3 and 1

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    Mnk Knm   Posted on 5 months ago

    Integers are numbers between 1 and 9 so for me there are no integers.

    Emmanuel Chesco   Posted on 5 months ago

    -2, -1 (0 is not an integer)

    Fankie Peace   Posted on 5 months ago

    what?

    Posted 5 months ago in Form 2

    Logarithms

    Hi guys let's discuss

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    John Mziray   Posted on 4 months ago

    i want to join

    BLENCA Lebux   Posted on 4 months ago

    yeah

    Bredan Okeyo   Posted on 4 months ago

    Yeh

    Glory Nambwi   Posted on 4 months ago

    Wanna be friends

    Posted 5 months ago in Form 1

    Perimeters And Areas

    what is the surface area of a cone

     

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    Beatrice Laizer   Posted on 4 months ago

    1/3×ba×h

    Glory Nambwi   Posted on 4 months ago

    1/3×bA×h

    Posted 5 months ago in Form 1

    Numbers

    if 

    x*y=1/2 (x+y)find 

     

    a) 25        b)31)*4

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    Pretty _candy316   Posted on 5 months ago

    Am not gud in mathematics dr can u solve 4 me dr??

    Young Kylie   Posted on 5 months ago

    No 1 is able 2 do this question

    Posted 5 months ago in Form 3

    Accounts

    Hey guys can you give me tips on how to study accounts well?

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    Posted 5 months ago in Form 3

    Statistics

    hey guys  help me to find mode of;4,1,2,0,5,3,2,1,2,3 plz

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    Delphina Mkwizu   Posted on 5 months ago

    I think =1

    Stellah Francis   Posted on 5 months ago

    ahaaaa,now am understand thans Nyla

    Nyla Perch   Posted on 5 months ago

    Yes its 2:bcoz mode is the most repeated number and as per what u gave 2 was most repeated

    Stellah Francis   Posted on 5 months ago

    and to make me understand

    Posted 5 months ago in Form 3

    The Earth As A Sphere

    gyz formula of changing degrees to radians

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    Bredan Okeyo   Posted on 4 months ago

    Pie radian =180°

    Emmanuel Chesco   Posted on 5 months ago

    1 degree = 0.0174533 radians

    Posted 5 months ago in Form 2

    Quadratic Equations

    Discuss

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    Fankie Peace   Posted on 5 months ago

    any question?

    Elite Alola   Posted on 5 months ago

    Let's discuss

    Posted 5 months ago in Form 2

    Algebra

    • What's a logarithm

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    Nadia Adam   Posted on 5 months ago

    Thanx .

    Fankie Peace   Posted on 5 months ago

    In mathematics, the logarithm is the inverse function to exponentiation. That means the ... "the log, base b, of x"). In the equation y = logb x, the value y is the answer to the question "To what power must b be raised, in order to yield x?".

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